This coming weekend Sidmouth-based mother-and-daughter duo Mary and Emily King will be competing at The Festival of British Eventing presented by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) which takes place from Friday through to Sunday (August 4 to 6) at Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire.
A raft of eventing legends are heading to Bicton Arena International Horse Trials on August 18 to 20, headed by the doyenne of the sport Lucinda Green who has won a raft of individual and team medals and a record six Badminton Horse Trials, writes Lucy Johnson.
The British point-to-point season comes to a close on Saturday (June 17) after six-and-a-half months with the traditional Torrington Farmers meeting at Umberleigh, North Devon, writes Granville Taylor.
Point-to-point horse racing enthusiasts will be heading back to the stunning location of Bratton Down, Bratton Flemming next weekend where it’s the turn of the Exmooor to host the event on Sunday (June 4), writes Donna Harris.
The second of two point-to point meetings to take place at the popular Upcott Cross course has attracted a massive 138 entries, where the Dulverton West host their meeting this coming Bank Holiday Monday (May 29), writes Donna Harris.
The early rain showers soon gave way to give a warm sunny day attracting a good crowd to enjoy the thrilling racing at Trebudannon, where the Four Burrow staged their second race meeting of the season, writes Donna Harris.
The Modbury Harriers point-to-point, which takes place at Flete Park, near Ermington, South Devon this Saturday( May 6) has attracted a total of 80 entries and competitive racing looks assured, writes Granville Taylor.
Bank Holiday Monday’s point-to-point meeting held at Vauterhill near High Bickington was blessed with warm sunshine clear blue skies, treating a good crowd of race followers to some excellent racing along with stunning distant views of North Devon, writes Donna Harris.
Eventing legend Mary King MBE and her daughter Emily officially opened Bicton Arena’s new all-weather arena at a special ceremony that took place during the arenas international horse trails at the weekend which saw more than 700 horse and rider combinations in action, writes Lucy Johnson.